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We believe that technology and data are critical tools in our fight to provide people everywhere with safe and reliable access to credible, accurate information. From training data journalists to supporting internet freedom advocacy initiatives, from building websites to making cybersecurity easier for users, Internews helps local communities use policy, technology, and data to access the information they need and make their voices heard.
Internews publishes the Global Digital Download, a weekly publication that aggregates resources on Internet freedom, highlighting trends in digital and social media that intersect with freedom of expression, policy, privacy, censorship and new technologies. Sign up here to receive the Global Digital Download newsletter.
Internews’ partners work in countries around the world in which state and non-state actors are employing new technologies to surveil, censor, and suppress free speech and access to information online. On October 24, partners of the Global Technology Program came together in Washington, D.C.
The aim ofÂ this workshop, is to co-create a space for conversations around user experience (UX), design, and AI.
Internews is welcoming applications from journalists and content producers for a series of digital and operational security trainings to introduce them to digital and operational security best practices and secure data management.
From Latin America to Africa to Asia, governments around the world are turning to the internet to scale authoritarianism and deepen repression.
Lourdes Ramirez, Internews Media Specialist, is speaking on a panel â In the Crossfire: Local Journalism and the Fight for Free Information â at the Central American Donors Forum 2019 inÂ T